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labels are able to record. we have the details. >> a choking, almost invisible city. the chinese capital is cloaked in smog. these streets are practically empty. the residents are heeding the government alert to stay indoors. like winds are preventing the pollutants from dispersing. there is a concentration of tiny particles in the air. the typical index rose from zero-100. it is a good when the index closed below 50. levels have gone off of the charts. they are not recording readings above 700. the severe conditions are being blamed on a variety of usual suspects. more traffic, polluting factories, and coal burning. it is the long-term facts that have campaigners were read. -- worried. >> we need 10 to 20 years for better air quality. that is a whole generation. people are petitioning for a quicker timetable for blue skies. >> nearby provinces are also shouted. there has been forced to note what-there have been forced closures of several highways. -- there have been forced closures of several highways. >> more than 50,000 demonstrators have taken to the streets of taipei to protest agai
. >> an almost invisible city. the capital is cloaked in smog. the streets are practically empty. millions of the residents are having an alert to stay indoors. there are dangers level since friday. it called weather and light winds preventing the pollutants from dispersing. >> are tiny particles in the air. this runs from 0 to 500. air quality is considered good when the index is below 50. reading said between 305 hundred. levels have gone off the chart. readings are above 700. the severe conditions are being blamed on a variety of usual suspects. more traffic polluting factories and coal burning. it is the long-term affects that have kept them were made. >> according to a time line, we need more than 20 years to get better air quality. the whole generation will pay this. people are not only trying to protect themselves, but also petitioned for a term from blue sky. they have forced the closure is a several highways and airports. well indoors, many people have taken to voicing their concerns on line. some describe this as post apocalyptic and beyond belief. al jazeera. >> lightning strike
surged further off the chart. cheer is our report. >> a choking almost invisible city. the chinese capital is cloaked in smog. by beijing standards, these streets are practical empty. many of the 20 million residents are heed ago government alert to stay indoors. air pollution has been at dangerous levels since friday. cold weather and light wins are preventing pollutants from sfursing. the index runs from steer to 500. air quality is considered good when the index is below 50, and it is hazardous when readings heed between 300 and 500. but weekend levels have gone off the charts with beijing now recording readings above 700. the severe conditions are being blamed on a variety of usual suspects, more traffic, factories and cole burning for -- cole burning for the winter. >> according to beijing city government's time line, we need more than 20 years to get better air quality. that means a whole generation will pay for our quality. people not only like trying to protect themselves, they also petition for a quicker time table for blue skis. >> nearby provinces are shrouded. it has fo
where he lives, he describes it as just a block or two and half invisible. place in the oblivious city where my slogan gleamed and recovered. it seems to me that in the best writing in any form, we are all the time getting these imperceptible dress from description to reflection and the essays that. we are crossing back and forth all the time between the metaphysical streets of the physical town. thank you, it is 12:05 p.m. exactly. you can have some lunch. [applause] >> the final panel from the key west literary seminar begins now. it features edmund white and those rows. this is about 40 minutes. >> good morning. or good afternoon. everything that geoff dyer said is true. you may not go to lunch. [laughter] it is my privilege, these panelists, they are among my dearest and oldest friends. so the idea that we got to be flown to key west to sit up here and talk to each other about our greatest literary passion for free seems like a dream. today is going to be unlike some other episodes. it is serious business here and we have a lot to talk about. .. half written and then ask you what i
the invisible. i'm acknowledging raymond quarry, which was a huge, huge component of this city. and the extraordinary granite mountains that we live by. so you're right. i mean you're totally right. it would be horrible
. [ male announcer ] from our nation's networks... ♪ ...to our city streets... ...to skies around the world... ♪ ...northrop grumman's security solutions are invisibly at work, northrop grumman. . >>> one of the most popular game day snacks could cost you extra for this year's super bowl. the u.s. department of agriculture said the price of chicken wings are up 6% because of a drought and a smaller supply, the national chicken council said 1.23 billion chicken wings will be eaten next sunday. >>> kickoff between the ravens and 49ers will happen in new orleans next sunday. the city said after years of preparing, it's ready to host the biggest sports party of the year. natash rob cordrayins has more. >> reporter: for two years, the -- natasha robins has more. >> reporter: for two years, they worked on it and completed a task that other cities would consider overwhelming. >> our great city, new orleans, is ready for mardi gras and we're ready for the super bowl xlvii. i guarantee it. >> reporter: 5,000 members of the media are starting to arrive. >> and it's, in fact, the largest m
saw this with toper delaney's presentation which she said she wants to celebrate the invisible. as diverse as our neighborhoods are, the physical qualities of our city is equally diverse. ecodistrict allow for innovation opportunities big. this is a proposed recycled district facility within the central corridor area. the left is showing the high water table in the area. and small, recycling ceramic roof tiles to create -- to slow rain water. it's good for the economy. it offers opportunity to attract the type of growth we want for the tenants and our residents. there's operation maintenance savings and opens up opportunities for public-private partnerships. ecodistricts provide a new model for equitable development. starting early in the process the community works with the city to steer this work, to identify projects, and to select projects that reflect the neighborhood's character and its environmental priorities. it puts the neighborhood in charge of the neighborhood, and it creates a more resilient neighborhood which strengthens social networks and projects that can adapt
... ♪ ♪ ...to our city streets... ♪ ♪ ...to skies around the world... ♪ ♪ ...northrop grumman's security solutions are invisibly at work, protecting people's lives... [ soldier ] move out! [ male announcer ] ...without their even knowing it. that's the value of performance. northr grumman. >> welcome back. if he would like to move up in your employmentituation, ouour number of the we could give you some ideas. five is the number of companies based in the w washington region including in the list of the 100 best companies to work for. navy federal credit union topped the list in 56 place. marriott international at 81. a big part of the rating is a survey completed by random sasampling of the emploloyees from each company. google tops the list for 2013. we will be right back. look, every day we're using more and more energy. the world needs more energy. where's it going to come from? ♪ ♪ that's why right here in australia, chevron is building one of the biggest natural gas projects in the world. enough power for a city the size of singapore for 50 y
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on this, young people who are homeless in this city are offering a master class in invisibility, riding the subway all night long, hanging out in doughnut shops, and we have to acknowledge there aren't millions of homeless young people who are going out of their way not to be seen and picked off, and understand if way want help those kids achieve the great promise of their future, we have to recognize they exist and have to be love in the world and opportunity in the world for them because they don't have anybody else. >> okay, that's it. questions? >> my question is, we talked about the government. what about private industry and their support of programs like this? and i know that when i used to work for citigroup -- i'm retired now -- we had a program where we would have mentoring between our executives and kids that -- in high school or junior high school that would help. are you aware -- is that in the book? >> i'll start with teen newscast. she did an enormous amount of reporting on this, and for our book. the question is, what will this private industry play in helping young peop
the invisibility of the actual african-americans who make up the majority of the city. and i was very clear that he was not trying to do a positive story on detroit because just the triteness of that is offensive, too. but he was trying to do an objective and penetrating look at the city and cutting through some of the myths of the city and the new development because that has been mythologized as well. >> again, because you stick to stories, stories about real people who live here and i've been here a long time, the book really has that feeling of just saying what is that supposed to saying good or bad, or even what should the, which i've heard some of the interviewers then they try to lead you to some sort of analysis and where is the city going, with the city's teacher? the book i thought did a very good job of restraining itself from that, which were getting a lot of from other places. [inaudible] rbi mark >> i just wanted to know how much of your book was really surrounding the music in history in and i'm really sad that she didn't ask me about my error. as a big part of that guy would mansion
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an] from our nation's networks... ♪ ...to our city streets... ...to skies around the world... ♪ ...northrop grumman's security solutions are invisibly at work, protecting people's lives... [ soldier ] move out! [ male announcer ] ...without their even knowing it. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. >>> welcome back, everybody. you are watching special coverage of the presidential inauguration. we are joined to talk about a little bit about what we are expecting to hear. we've covered the gowns, the parties, the heart of the matter. second inaugural addresses are not necessarily known for being the best speeches. what do you expect to hear or hope to hear from the president in this inaugural address. >> die expe >> i do expect to hear a great speech. president obama is a greatera f -- great orator. i think he understand we are in a uniquely divided country, and i expect to hear unity. >> unity and hopeful are the only guiding principles we got about the speech. what else, roland? >> he needs to lay out the course in terms of where we are going, because econo
will include several experts. you can also participate electronically via twitter. use in the past 10 invisible threat. jerry sandusky's lawyer makes a case for why he needs a new trial. he argues that he did not have enough time to build an adequate defense. the city was not able to review moreof documents. the former penn state assistant football coach did not speak during the hearing. he suffered from a brain disease probably caused by decades of jarring on the field head injuries. he shot himself at his home in california last may. he played linebacker for 20 seasons. developing a reputation as one of the hardest hitters in the league. former chicago bear who killed himself in 2011 also suffered from the same disease. if the city of boston has declared a flew emergency. health officials have confirmed 18 deaths from the flu. >> boston has already seen about 700 confirmed cases of the flu since october 1st. that is 10 times the amount of cases we saw all of last year. >> time is running short for a pack of wales. it will expert says that will normally leave the arctic. barely 6 mi. from op
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depend on quicken loans. [ male announcer ] from our nation's networks... ♪ ...to our city streets... ...to skies around the world... ♪ ...northrop grumman's security solutions are invisibly at work, protecting people's lives... [ soldier ] move out! [ male announcer ] ...without their even knowing it. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. >>> when life gets tough, it would be nice to know how it turns out. a little glimpse into the future for inspiration. while we may not have mastered the crystal ball or the inspiration. our own hoda kotb has tit down and found the inspiration on a few that went on to live, happy, healthy lives. ten years later, people that faced adversity and transformed their lives. >> what a fun show on the weekend. >> you knew we had one, right. >> i figured it out. i'm excited to be here with you guys. i set out to find people that had some game-changing moments from illnesses to job loss to individuals faced with unimaginable tragedies i tracked them down a decade after their experiences to see how they survived and, in most cases, thrive
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inauguration. ♪ [ male announcer ] from our nation's networks... ♪ ...to our city streets... ...to skies around the world... ♪ ...northrop grumman's security solutions are invisibly at work, northrop grumman.  go, go, go, go! bybye sweetie. honey what are you doing? we gotta go! it's dress-like-a-president day, i'm supposed to be martin van buren. who? martin van buren! google? martin van buren. ♪ >>> here's a live look this morning at the national mall as people have already begun to assemble to witness the second inauguration of president barack obama. the president will be sworn in for the second time just before noon today. he was officially sworn in as required by law yesterday just before noon. but today will be the public swearing in. >> not the same crowds that we saw four years ago. but don't tell that to the folks already gathered. quite many people out there this morning to witness history. today's inauguration is full of meaning on many levels and none more significant than the fact that today is the federal holiday honoring the life and th
for deca ♪ [ male announcer ] from our nation's networks... ♪ ...to our city streets... ...to skies around the world... ♪ ...northrop grumman's security solutions are invisibly at work, protecting people's lives... [ soldier ] move out! [ male announcer ] ...without their even knowing it. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. >>> this morning, president obama's limo has a new d.c. license plate, and the new plates had the districts motto, taxation without representation. the switch comes after a group submitted a proposal to the white house. >>> where can you find a baseball find nixon, and original scripts from every inauguration, and we get introduced to a man that has become the voice of washington's parade of presidents. >> reporter: it's charlie broughtman's basement, with careers that expands nearly 60 years of hanging out with big leaguers, and it put him on a first-name basis with sports heroes and presidents alike. >> i wanted to be a sports announcer. when i got out of high school i went in the navy for two years and got out and went to the university of mar
's networks... ♪ ...to our city streets... ...to skies around the world... ♪ ...northrop grumman's security solutions are invisibly at work, protecting people's lives... [ soldier ] move out! [ male announcer ] ...without their even knowing it. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman. >>steve: america apparently is falling out of love with unions nationwide. membership is at an all-time low despite salaries for union members remaining high. case in point, chicago's police department. >>alisyn: even though chicago's murder rate skyrocketed, city employees have been able to rack up unbelievable overtime checks and not because they're solving the crimes. stuart varney has the numbers. chicago has the dubious distinction of being the murder capital of the country. they had 506, i think, murders and only 129 of them solved. yet, all the people, the cops on the police department are getting all sorts of overtime not for solving crimes. >> look at the numbers for a second. i've got numbers on a communications officer, a dispatcher, a detective. that's their salary on the left. their sala
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